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2019 will be the 'Year of the Pickles' according to data from Uber Eats

The sour and salty pickle is the food to watch in New Zealand in 2019, as revealed by the 2019 Uber Eats Foodcast. The list of trendiest food predictions for the year ahead also includes other healthy staples of brown rice, avocado and coconut.

Two-pronged Classic attack for Baker-Forsman

Cambridge trainers Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman hold a strong hand heading into the Gr.1 Levin Classic (1600m) at Trentham on Saturday, but are disappointed they haven’t been able to give last-start Group One winner Madison County a lead-in run ahead of the three-year-old feature.

Game changing family summer road trip hacks

In New Zealand, summer is synonymous with the classic Kiwi road trip.

And while road trips are not for everyone, leading Kiwi car rental company, Avis New Zealand says with the right planning a road trip can be an unforgettable way to spend a holiday.

Stakes goal for Maison Roxanne

The Steven Ramsay and Julia Ritchie-trained Maison Roxanne is set for a step-up to stakes company after a strong win at Te Aroha last week.

Prom Queen's return imminent

Multiple stakes winner Prom Queen is set for a raceday return at Kumara next week after suffering a minor setback recently.

Rae backing the West Coast

Trainer Kenny Rae is a long-time supporter of the West Coast racing circuit and he believes that John Messara’s recommendation of racecourse consolidation in the area is misguided.

Concorde next for talented entire

The Stephen Marsh-trained Ardrossan extended his unbeaten streak in New Zealand to three after taking out the Pak N Save Thames Sprint (1200m) at Te Aroha on Thursday.

Webjet reveals travel trends decided by New Zealand

Over this summer period, thousands of Kiwis are expected to hit the skies, roads and seas, with the surge in travel and bookings defining some of the hottest trends for the year ahead.

Peaceful ready to throw cat among pigeons

Peaceful might be vulnerable on fitness ahead of her return to New Zealand racing on Saturday but her class could see her competitive.

That's the view of Cambridge trainer Andrew Forsman ahead of the Savabeel filly tackling the Central ITM Premier (1200m) at Awapuni.

Matchmaking for Monarch butterflies

Every year it happens. Perhaps it’s your neighbour, or someone else in your street… looking for monarch caterpillars or "more food" for starving monarch caterpillars.